Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Pan-fry Flounder with Soy Sauce

Recently when I was food shopping at Asian market ,I saw some big size flounder on the fish counter. Of course ,I'm going to get it !! I loves any type of fish but flounder or fluke is one of my favourite!! The flesh of flounder is really fine and smooth compare with other fish.But to get a fresh flounder here is really challenging since the flounder season is over now. I guess the flounder I bought was thawed flounder but it's OK since it's look fresh and good!! I recalled it's been a while since I eat pan-fried flounder.Enjoying flounder at the Chinese restaurant is convenience ,don't bother with cooking and cleaning but it's also quite pricey not to said it's a distant for me to travel to best Chinatown Chinese restaurant in Queens NYC.So to solve my craving I better cook this flounder myself at home..It's superb delicious and yummy!!








Ingredients:


1 whole flounder,about 3 lbs clean and cut 1/2

1/2 cup corn flour

2 tbsp fine salt

2 inch or more ginger,scale and julienne

enough oil for pan-fry

soy sauce to taste

1 stalk cilantro ,wash and cut

Method:


1:Clean and wash flounder,coat with flour,set aside.Heat wok with oil at medium high heat.Fry julienne ginger until lightly brown,dish out set aside.

2:Add oil in wok,then wok is hot enough ,slowly placed coated flounder onto the wok.Fry each side for about 2-5 minutes or until lightly brown.

3:Drizzle some soy sauce on the pan-fried flounder,dish out to a large plate, sprinkle with cilantro and fried ginger.

4:Serve warm with rice.









8 comments :

Sonia said...

Happy New Year and see you in 2010 !!

noobcook said...

The fish meat looks flaky and delicious. Happy 2010 to you and your loved ones! :)

ICook4Fun said...

I love flouder too. They meat is really sweet and delicate. I have to see if I am able to find some at Philly.

Anncoo said...

Happy New year and wishing you & your family all the best for the coming year.

pigpigscorner said...

The meat looks gorgeous! Happy new year!

petite nyonya said...

Happy New Year and best wishes to you and your family!! I have missed so many of your cooking goodies :(

MaryMoh said...

That looks very delicious. Wpuld be great with just plain rice...mmm. Happy New Year!

My Asian Kitchen said...

Thank you ladies for the best wishes:) Happy new year to all of you too!!

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